Historic elegance with modern amenities.
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Situated in the heart of America's most patriotic town, the Bradford-Dimond-Norris House invites you to step back in time with understated elegance in five air-conditioned guest rooms with private baths. Built in 1792 for Deputy Governor William Bradford, it is one of Bristol's best known landmarks. Enjoy your stay while exploring a town that enjoys a different pace of life.
Large first floor suite with canopy queen bed and a separate smaller room with a twin bed. Decked with the original plank floors, original fireplace and mantel (non-working) and private marble stall shower bathroom.
Large second floor suite with canopy queen bed and a separate smaller room with a twin bed. Decked with the original plank floors, original fireplace and mantel (non-working) and private marble stall shower bathroom.
Owner's favorite...Calming and elegant large second floor room with canopy queen bed, original wide-plank flooring with original fireplace and mantel (non-working). Private stall shower bath.
Large carpeted third floor room with one king bed (comprised of two twin beds made together as one, which can be separated upon advanced request). Views of the rooftops of the historic district and Bristol Harbor. Private stall shower bath.
About the Bradford-Diamond Norris House
The Bradford-Diamond Norris House, one of Bristol's best known landmarks, is located in the heart of Bristol's Waterfront National Register Historic District. Built (circa 1792) for Deputy Governor Wm. Bradford, the house retains a Federal-era appearance with mid-1800's renovations by noted architect Russel Warren. Including the elegant foyer with mahogany staircase, the formal common room, dining room and guest rooms. Fully restored and renovated in 1994, the house is decorated in a comfortable federal style, is air conditioned and all guest rooms have private baths, queen size beds and fireplaces in three of the guest rooms.